[pmwiki-users] https with PmWiki
ccox at endlessnow.com
Tue May 30 16:26:33 CDT 2017
At best this would be for pmwiki running as its own web server,
otherwise, anything you do pmwiki wise is surely incomplete.
IMHO, when pmwiki runs inside of a web server, the conf for ssl belongs
there and not inside of pmwiki.
Obviously there could be even more things in the mix... but also outside
On 05/30/2017 04:19 PM, Peter Kay wrote:
> On Tue, May 30, 2017 at 6:11 AM, Simon <nzskiwi at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Good idea,
>> having now addressed the mobile friendly issue (i.e. getting google to give
>> your website credence) I agree that pmwiki.org.should move to https for
>> better google ranking and importantly
>> I'd like to see a PmWiki (rather than cookbook) documentation page on this
>> subject, and also an OOTB option (e.g. a config.php setting
>> [$enablehttps=1;]) for installing PmWiki with HTTPS enabled
>> On 30 May 2017 at 01:03, Thomas Lundgren <publik at lundgren.nu> wrote:
>>> It´s seems that the era of http soon will end and https will (continue) to
>>> live long and prosper...
>>> When looking for how to make my PmWiki-installations more prosper and
>>> serve pages with ssl/https i found this page;
>>> The tips and instructions on that page are rather old. Are they still
>>> valid and "best practice" or are there any new tips and information that I
>>> can use?
>>> My installations contains a standard PmWiki (with some cookbooks...),
>>> Apache running on a FreeBSD-server that I have total control over.
>>> Thank you!
>>> Best regards,
>>> / Thomas.
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